Inter’s Simone Inzaghi, Francesco Acerbi agree to plea bargain following events in win over Roma

Andy Mattioli

Inter Milan manager Simone Inzaghi and defender Francesco Acerbi will not face any major consequences for the events that took place during the match against Roma.

While Inzaghi was investigated for supposedly breaching his suspension at half-time, Acerbi was under review for showing the middle finger to Roma fans after scoring the opening goal of the night.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, in the end Simone Inzaghi chose the path of plea bargaining for making phone call at half-time to his team’s dressing room. In agreement with the FIGC Prosecutor’s Office, which had opened a file on the case, Inzaghi and Inter will pay a fine of €3,500.

Agreement confirmed, given the admissions made before the federal prosecutor Chiné, for Francesco Acerbi: €5,000 fine for him and Inter.

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